PolitiFact has picked its lie of the year: Mitt Romney’s ad implying Ohio jobs would be shipped overseas because Barack Obama “sold Chrysler to Italians who are going to build Jeeps in China.”
Rick Snyder is at the center of the newest battle in the GOP war against labor unions that has raged across the industrial Midwest in recent years.
Obama has expressed willingness to cut a deal that scales back federal entitlements, but many Democrats are loath to agree to cuts.
Starting next year, five new tax increases will begin to raise $258.2 billion in new revenue over seven years.
The messy split this week between Dick Armey and the Tea Party organization FreedomWorks may be a harbinger of things to come.
This week’s print column: How you can mesh Obamacare with Medicare, save money and improve health care–and get Republican support.
Paul Ryan’s in a bind. Even as he’s being touted as the great white hope for the GOP in 2016, he’s voluntarily strapped himself to the party’s fast-sinking position on the fiscal cliff as a member of House Speaker John …
Assad has been slaughtering innocents for months. Why draw the line at poison gas?
With the days of grand strategy long gone, talking points happen to be a big part of the job
Lamar Alexander. Saxby Chambliss. Lindsey Graham. What do they have in common? Well, they’re all members of the Republican Senate sanity caucus (except for Graham’s occasional flights of neocon fantasy). And each may be facing a crazy-nut rightwing challenge in 2014.